Nintendo Switch owners have been enjoying a feast of racing titles in recent months thanks to a host of ports coming to the platform.
The very latest racer to migrate over to Nintendo’s hardware is 2016’s Moto Racer 4. Due for release on October 18 (in both digital and physical form), Moto Racer 4 will launch with the “Sliced Peak” and “Antique Antics” DLC packs bundled.
Moto Racer 4 continues the Moto Racer tradition of providing the player with both road racing (where you’ll dodge the occasional car or truck) and off-road action which gives you ample opportunity to take to the air to perform a trick or two.
Moto Racer 4 is the first release in the main series since 2001 in a series which dates back to 1997. We reviewed the title a couple of years ago and found that despite a large array of game modes, the action felt largely repetitive thanks to the over-reliance of the wheelie mechanic that you had to utilise every ten seconds or so.